Top news of the week January 23-28

Top news of the week January 23-28
Ichthys LNG project onshore facilities (Image courtesy of Inpex)

Australia: Ichthys power plant contract terminated, hundreds of jobs affected

A $550 million contract for the construction of a combined cycle power plant for the Inpex-operated Ichthys LNG project in Australia has been terminated, leaving hundreds of workers in limbo.

BP outlook: LNG to grow seven times faster than pipeline gas trade

Global LNG sector will grow seven times faster than pipeline gas trade and is expected to account for around half of all globally traded gas by 2035, up from 32 percent now, BP said in its annual Energy Outlook on Wednesday.

LNG market rebalancing to stall until 2020s, study says

The LNG market is expected to hit the bottom of a boom-bust cycle over the next five years, a report by Aurora Energy Research shows.

LNG Limited’s Magnolia LNG to supply India’s first East coast terminal

Magnolia LNG, Perth-based LNG Limited’s U.S. unit, signed a heads of agreement with Vessel Gasification Solutions for a 20-year supply of 4 mtpa of liquefied natural gas from its project in Lake Charles, Louisiana.

I.M. Skaugen wins African small-scale LNG project contract

I.M. Skaugen chartered its three Multigas carriers for a small-scale LNG project in Africa planned to deliver natural gas for power generation.


LNG World News Staff

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